Saturday, 18 April 2009

Weekend Work.

MY WORK BOOK

See to the sheep
Field
Misc
Sat 18/04/2009 07:38
Sat 18/04/2009 07:48
10 minutes

Checked on the sheep and lambs

See to the greenhouses.
Greenhouse & Conservatory
Indoors
Sat 18/04/2009 07:48
Sat 18/04/2009 08:33
45 minutes

Opened the vents, put out the trolley and watered round.

Watering
South Front
Main Garden
Sat 18/04/2009 08:33
Sat 18/04/2009 09:01
28 minutes

Watered the plants in the wall.

Watering
West Wall
Walled Garden
Sat 18/04/2009 09:01
Sat 18/04/2009 09:13
12 minutes
Watered Quince and some new Aliums

See to the greenhouses.
Greenhouse & Conservatory
Indoors
Sat 18/04/2009 15:07
Sat 18/04/2009 15:29
22 minutes
Opening the vents some more.

See to the greenhouses.
Greenhouse & Conservatory
Indoors
Sat 18/04/2009 20:25
Sat 18/04/2009 20:45
20 minutes
Closed the vents, put in the trolley and protected cherry on west wall of walled garden against frost.

BOB’S BANQUETS
Breakfast: 1 mug of tea and 3 Shredded Wheat
Tea Break: 1 mug of tea.
Lunch: 1 mug of tea,4 potato crisp sandwiches.
Dinner: 1glass of peach and tonic water, Chinese chicken and pineapple with chips.

NOTES
NO COMMENTS FROM THE POTTING SHED

3 comments:

Jeanette said...

Gday Bob, I hope you get well paid for weekend work.
You must have a few lambs now that your counting them Bob.
Well I must say I like your banquet tody , Crisp sandwiches and Chinese Chicken.
. Did you watch the car racing in China, Oboy bad conditions for the drivers in that torrential rain.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Oh Bob - I really fancy Chinese chicken, pineapple and chips.
You seem to be doing quite a bit of watering - does that mean you are short of rain? Thanks for the comment on daffodils - you have a good point there - plant them in grass in woodland and you can forget about them - and they probably appreciate it too.

Red Clover said...

Fifty! How wonderful. (My facial expression is similar to a ten year old in front of an ice cream truck!) It makes me wonder how well you know each kind of plant; meaning do you know what each seed will look like as it sprouts, and what is necessary for each plant? (By the way how long should I harden my plants outside for a few hours before they are ready to just be outside? A week, two weeks?) Thanks!